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|Title:||THE ROLE OF A TEACHER IN THE UPBRINGING OF PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL QUALITIES OF STUDENTS|
|Publisher:||Клиническая и экспериментальная патология Т.16, №4 (62). С.125-128.|
|Abstract:||Objective - the purpose of the work is to analyze the role of the teacher in the education of the professional and personal qualities of students. Material and methods. The role of a teacher in upbringing a future doctor, as a creative person and a professional specialist is very important in the labor market. The problem of a valuable relationship to the world, the functioning of valuable orientations in the work of the doctor plays an important role, therefore it is extremely necessary to develop in the students motivations and values of the personality of the doctor, the ability to creative, systemic application of knowledge in solving professional theoretical and practical tasks. Results. The education of a student as a specialist is focused on the development of deep interest, love for the chosen profession, professional self-awareness, responsibility, ability to set creative and effectively solve professional tasks in the field of medicine, readiness to make non-standard decisions; openness to new achievements of science and practice. The personality of the teacher, especially in the disciplines of professional orientation, plays an important role in this process. Conclusion. The curator is the organizer of the students' activity and the coordinator of educational activities. His role is to create conditions that would help the student to find himself and his place in the student community and in social life. Collaboration between a teacher and a student contributes to the goal of vocational training through the formation of love and responsible attitude towards the chosen profession, the formation of the basis of the professional skills.|
|ISSN:||616.003.96: 378, 181|
|Appears in Collections:||Статті. Кафедра догляду за хворими та вищої медсестринської освіти|
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